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  1. Thank you, I do see that Coconut oil is good for our bodies. I shall look for ideas of how to consume it within our diets. We do eat some but maybe not enough. I give to my dog every day mixed in with his food, he's 11 years old now and looks much younger!

  2. Hi Soon Chai,
    What a wonderful site this is, so informative and interesting. I started using coconut oil in my diet around six months ago but I don't have it everyday. Any useful suggestions about how I could implement it in my diet, I'm not good at eating it on its own. I occasionally have it spread on a slice of whole meal toast with peanut butter for breakfast. I cook with it to, if an oil is required. I don't make smoothies as I'm not a fan, prefer to eat my foods whole.
    Many thanks

  3. This is great. I normally eat really healthy and don't get sick much, but when I do I go down hard and fast. I can feel it right @ the onset.
    Your advice has been great, I started flu like symptoms earlier today, started doing this and the normal things I do, had a nap and I am already feeling better than I did this afternoon.
    I am about to make a turmeric tea too, which I always add coconut oil too.

    • Though turmeric contains only a few percent of curcumin, which possesses strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidative effect, it still may help expedite flu healing when combined with coconut oil. Thanks for sharing, Dayna.

  4. is it safe too feed my daughter (1 yr 8 months) a 1 tablespoon of coconut oil? she's suffering from infrequent bowel movememt, she poops every 2-3 days. her poop is hard by that time.. and also she's taking lactulose (5ml) on her first month but after a month , lactulose is now innefective. ty

    • Hi Billie, before you feed her coconut oil, rub a dab of coconut oil on her skin to see if any adverse reaction occurs. If nothing happens after a day, get her started with ½ teaspoon first. One tablespoon may be a bit too much for a 1 yr plus beginner. Again, monitor her for any skin breakouts. If she looks good, then increase her intake of coconut oil by teaspoonful gradually until her body can adapt to 1 tablespoon or more per day.

      Her hardened poop shows that she's not drinking enough water. Is the weather over there hot now? You may need to make her drink more water even though you start feeding her coconut oil. Water is required for coconut oil to help with constipation.